In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

Feb. 20-March 5, 2019

At the Indianapolis Museum of Art, manager of rights and reproductions and resident intellectual property law expert Anne Young views art through a legal lens. Should Indiana be required to provide lawyers to minors in the child welfare system at critical hearings about their future, as 30 states do? Advocates who sued the state say yes. The Indiana State Bar Association is launching a novel program that aims to provide Hoosier attorneys a new option for health insurance coverage.  

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IMA pro views art through a legal lens

Anne Young, manager of rights and reproductions at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, has an eye for photography as well as a focus on intellectual property considerations for collection curators. You might say she helped write the book on the subject.

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Suit: Kids in CHINS cases need attorneys

A nonprofit that gave Indiana an F grade in how the state provides for minors in child in need of services and termination of parental rights hearings asserts in a new lawsuit that children a have right to counsel so their voices be heard in court.

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Dudas: Creative outlets help lawyers connect the dots

This new column is now dedicated to YOU — the lawyers who find nonlawyerly ways to feed your creativity and interests that have seemingly nothing to do with the practice of law. But I bet we’ll connect the dots. Tell me who you are, or those you know.

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Dunlap: High-quality civic education is worth the investment

Having been involved in civic education in Indiana for almost 20 years, I welcome the recent increased attention on the need to have more civic education in our schools. Civic education holds us together as a state and country by giving us the tools we need to be informed and engaged citizens.

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DTCI: A call to action on our diversity and inclusion mission

While statistics have shown some progress and modest increases in the numbers of minorities and women within the legal profession as a whole, Indiana has seemed to lag behind. Accordingly, the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana has taken the initiative to help change that within this state.

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